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Seminar on Right to Reside and Habitual Residency

20 November 2014, Dundalk.

The Border People project hosted a morning seminar in Dundalk, Co. Louth.

The event focussed on the UK and Irish Right to Reside and Habitual Residency Conditions.

Jean Plummer from the Department of Social Protection and Lee Hatton from the Law Centre NI explained the systems in Ireland and Northern Ireland. They highlighted the commonalities and differences between the jurisdictions.

Annmarie O’Kane Border People project manager with the Centre for Cross Border Studies gave a back ground to the Information Service and the need to ensure that citizens living and working across the border have access to high quality citizens advice when they present to their local advice office with cross-border queries.

The event was aimed at those working in information providing organisations in both jurisdictions.

Download the presentations

Irish Habitual Residence and Right to Reside – Jean Plummer (pdf)
UK Right to Reside and Habitual Residence – Lee Hatton (pdf)
Border People Information Service – Annmarie O’Kane (pdf)

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Speakers Jean Plummer Department of Social Protection,  Lee Hatton Law Centre NI, Annmarie O’Kane Centre for Cross Border Studies

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Border People seminar November 2014
Border People Event Speakers, Advisory Group and Cross Border Briefing Papers

This seminar was provided as part of the Border People project managed by the Centre for Cross Border Studies in collaboration with the North South Ministerial Council, the Citizens Information Board and Citizens Advice Northern Ireland.

The project is part-financed by the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

For further information please contact Annmarie O’Kane on – Centre for Cross Border Studies, 39 Abbey Street, Armagh, BT61 7EB